AUSTRALIAN OPEN: I analyse the men's draw at the 2019 edition of the event and make predictions like it's 2014. Because what has really changed at the top?
ITALIAN OPEN: WTA predictions are the hardest of guessing games right now, but Petra Kvitova, Karolina Pliskova and more in-form clay-courters could go deep.
MADRID OPEN: The second Masters 1000 event of the clay-court season has thrown up an intriguing draw.
Australian Open: In the men's quarters, Grigor Dimitrov looks to continue a quiet win-streak, as Rafael Nadal seeks greater efficiency at saving break points.
Abigail Johnson and Sarah Claire take an in-depth look at the ATP season that has been, and predict the ATP season to come.
Andy Murray may lose the no. 1 ranking, but he's master of defending the Invisible Laws. (ALSO: Novak Djokovic vs Andy Murray preview and prediction.)
At 8pm local time, Novak Djokovic and Kei Nishikori will face off in an ATP World Tour Finals semifinal for the second time. One of them carries a 3-0 round robin record into the encounter. The other has gone 1-2 in the group stage. But anything can happen, right? * I'm not going to lie: … Continue reading ATP World Tour Finals semifinal preview and prediction: Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori
What with absences, injuries and streaky players - not to mention the year-end no. 1 spot on the line - the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals are tough to predict.
Breakdowns and predictions for each quarter of the ATP Paris Masters draw. Fun, fun, fun!
WARNING: The following content is flooded with sarcasm and dry humour - but the facts remain 100 percent accurate.